Thursday, June 12, 2008


If you've got more money than time, and could use a helper to convert newspaper clippings, letters, diaries, and other paper documents into digital formats that you can use on websites, post on a blog, publish in a genealogical newsletter or quarterly, or print as a family history book, we may be able to help. We received a note recently from Randal Phillips, a Springfield, Missouri English teacher who has 20 years of experience working in newspaper and print advertising. He's been doing conversion work for genealogists for the last four years, including putting Christian County, Missouri obituary entries on the Web.

If you (or your genealogical or historical society) can use somebody to do the conversion grunt work for you, get in touch with Mr. Phillips and see if he is the man who can solve all your pesky conversion problems!

Randal Phillips
1942 S. Cedarbrook Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65804

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